1986 Chevy 30 Blue Bird, 195,000 km (120 miles) gas 16/22 pax. $4500 Canadian dollars
f you are looking for a bus this size and want one with low miles, well maintained and no rust this is it.
Our 'Little 16" gets government safety inspected every spring before we put her on the road. Driven summer only, no rust. Chev T30 v8 350 gas motor, 195,000 kilometers (120,000 miles) automatic transmission, manual windows and doors, natural AC (open the windows) , front and rear heaters. Seats 16 adults or 22 kids. we've had her @15 years, No accidents (couple of bumper scrapes see door below). recent new transmission, starter, battery, 4 core rad, rear leaf springs, great tires all around, seat covers are good (some pics show old covers),
The pots of ezy dry on the floor are to keep the moisture down while it is in winter storage
re door, the passenger entry door tripped on a tree root last summer. it opens and closes still but either needs a new one. We will reduce the selling price $550 cover the cost of the door (which is simple to get or some body work). The hinges are fine just the door panel, we've not put any effort into this repair yet. We just got busy with winter. Yes we have the glass and rubber seals.
hmmm what else, we bought it with 58,000 km on it. Installed the roof rack and used it for our canoe company. it travels on the paved road always. Now we've bought an airport shuttle bus that holds more people so our '16' is ready to go to a new home.
We live in Whistler, it's being stored on a friends farm in Pemberton.
Yes the bus comes with the roof rack which is awesome to have for tying gear down or hanging out in the sun.
The pics show a 20' Makenzie canoe on top which we'd sell as well if you want $900.
We have service records which show the regular maintenance. Like we said above, government safety certified every spring, which means you know it's been well looked after.
Ask any questions you may have. We have a bunch more pics ask for what you'd like. cheers